The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


College named after C.S. Lewis

At the point where Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts come together, and near a forest called Satan's Kingdom, an evangelical college will open in 2012.

Named for a celebrated Christian author (Mere Christianity and The Chronicles of Narnia) who counted atheists and skeptics among his closest friends, C.S. Lewis College seeks to prepare believers to engage and understand those who see the world differently.

Its location near five secular and liberal colleges will allow students to follow Lewis' example and learn from non-Christian neighbors, said C.S. Lewis Foundation President Stan Mattson.


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